Mr. Ekpoto Agbor EkpotoDepartment
Social Science EducationDesignation
Ekpoto, Ekpoto Agbor is a native of Lehangha clan, Igbo Imabana in Abi Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. He was born in 7th September 1988 into the family of late Mr and Mrs Agbor Ekpoto Anari. Ekpoto attended presbytarian primary school where he obtained First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC) in 1996, attended Community Secondary School, Igbo Imabana where he obtained SSCE (NECO) in 2002, he was admitted into the university of Calabar in 2005 to study Education Economics and graduated with second class upper division B.Sc. (Ed) in 2008, furthermore enrolled in a masters degree in social studies education in 2015 and obtained M.Ed in 2017, currently he is a doctoral degree student in the University of Nigeria Nsukka. He was employed into the University of Calabar as a graduate assistant in 2013 after the completion of his masters degree was upgraded to Assistant Lecturer in in 2017. Mr Ekpoto has published in reputable Local and international journals, contributed book chapters and published also attended conferences. As a lecturer he has research interest in social studies, to see it as a subject that is expected to prepare students for good citizenship, nation-building, socio-cultural attitudes, values, skills, knowledge for cohesive social existence in the society, reformations of the citizenry and meaningful life. He has thought some courses in the department, like Citizenship Education, Cross Cultural and Social Dynamic etc. and also supervised undergraduate students project.
|FSLC||Presbyterian Primary School||1991||1996 delete_forever|
|SSCE||Community Secondary School||1996||2002 delete_forever|
|B.Ed||University of Calabar||2004||2008 delete_forever|
|M.Ed||University of Calabar||2015||2017 delete_forever|
|PhD||University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu||2018||2021 delete_forever|
|Ekpoto, E. A., Robert, A. I. (2018), Maintaining Discipline in a Social Studies Classroom, International Journal of Contemporary Social Science Education. 1(1).|
|Ekpoto, E. A., Bassey, P. E. (2018) The Influence of Teacher Marital Status on Social Studies Teaching Effectiveness in Ikom Education Zone, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Contemporary Social Science Education. 1(1).|
|Essien, E. E., Ekpoto, E. A., & Gimba, J. (2016) Exploring the Relationship Betaween Social Studies and Social Science Subjects: Journal of Social Studies and Civic Education Association of Nigeria. 2(1), 145-162.|
|Edinyang, S. D., Ekpoto, E. A., & Adie, B. A. (2016), Comparative Analysis of Inquiry, Computer-Assisted and Questioning Methods of Teaching Social Studies Education in Cross River State College of Education, Akamkpa Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of the Department of Special Education University of Calabar-Nigeria 2(1), 36-44.|
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